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Introduction: FTT

Description of FTT

FTT (medical condition): Failure to thrive (FTT) refers to a baby or child that is not developing as well as desired. The first question when considering FTT is whether ...more

FTT: See also:

Failure To Thrive:
  »Introduction: Failure To Thrive
  »Symptoms of Failure To Thrive
  »Causes of Failure To Thrive

FTT as a Disease

FTT: Another name for Failure To Thrive (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Failure To Thrive
  »Symptoms of Failure To Thrive
  »Causes of Failure To Thrive

FTT: Related Diseases

FTT: FTT is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Causes of FTT

Some of the causes of FTT are included in the list below:

  • Feeding problem
    • Inadequate nutrition
    • Poor breast milk quality
    • Inadequate breast milk supply
    • Increased baby activity - as a baby grows, he/she becomes more active, and will burn more calories from crawling and other activities.

Symptoms of FTT (Failure To Thrive)

Some of the symptoms of FTT incude:

FTT as a Symptom

FTT (symptom): Another name for Failure to thrive.
  »Introduction: Failure to thrive
  »Causes of Failure to thrive

FTT (symptom): Inadequate or interrupted physical growth....more »

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